How To WIN Pawn Endgames? 09.03.2023 How To WIN Pawn Endgames? Post navigation PreviousNext 194 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments Queen check and skewer Reply Night Reply Qb8 and then Qa8 calls check and takes new queen. Reply People who went straight to the comments 👇🏻 Reply En passant. Reply Winning moves is "en passant" Reply You make a queen, they make a queen and then you give Qb8+ and wherever they move, you play Qa8+ skewering the king and queen, resulting in a win for white. By the way, I love watching your videos everyday! Keep up the great content! Reply Can you win with white people Reply PROMOTE TO A KNIGHT Reply Why didn't you tell us how to win with the white at the end? It was really hard 😢 Reply Promote to queen, if he promotes too he loses, cause queen to c5, & then keep on checking & making his room smaller Reply 69 comments Reply Can u do tutorial how to win in chess shotgun king full vid? Reply c8=N? Reply My brain really said: checkmate him with he king😭 Reply At first noone want play king back in first situation and at secound its not draw Reply Was easy Reply Become a knight Reply Maybe a knight promotion so he can't promote? Reply •King up•black move•pawn up promoting to queen Then good luck to avoiding a draw or stalemate Reply Promote to knight and follow the 4 squares Reply Why don't we promote to knight? Reply Promote to a bishop⁉️ Reply Ain't no way thats a brilliant move. Reply Promote to knight Reply In the Kb6 variation, black has the option to repeat positions for a draw. So this variation doesn't work. Reply First situation after "unstoppable pawn", its not draw,king can go to protect his pawn and i think its win for black Reply I promote to knight so it cgeck the king Reply Idk how to win with the last move but ig it would be promoting the Pawn into a Knight. (Edit: please reply if I got it right.) Reply king takes b7 is not a draw because u play c6 and take opposition pushing away the king Reply U need to make a knigh check keep checking him Reply This guy has the best Chess Shorts Simple little tips and tricks in an easily digestible format Reply Promote to a knight? Reply c8=Q a1=Q Qb*+ (* = variable) Ka* Qa*+ skewer. Reply Promote The spawn to a knith Reply Can you play Kc6 instead of advancing you a pown Reply Promote pawn to knight right? Reply You queen he queens you check the king he plays only legal love then skewer Reply I think you promote to knight for the check Reply This is assuming that most would play king there. Reply zPROMOT WITH KNIGHT!!! Reply First one wasn't draw!! Reply white play pawn a6 pawn b6 king c6 Reply Promote to a knight and completely blunder the game away. Reply To win with white at the end you promote, then go qb8, then skewer enemy Queen with Qa8 and it’s just an easy mate after that Reply At starting on you say draw i can just simply mange my pawn to d6 then White king at d5 instead of promoting black move his king to c8 white lost the game. Reply At the end one if I was at the black side of the board i will not move my pawn to a2 instead i move king b5 white promote to queenand then king b4, queen b8 check, king c3 Now queen have to sacrificed to get my pawn if or other wise I will mange to a2 and when he try to involve king i will draw by King a1 white Queen a8, black pawn a2 draw if me take pawn or when my king go a1 and he try to move his king towards me I will go pawn a2 still draw Reply Horse Reply Promote to a knight so you can fork your and his king😎 Reply Easy lineYou promote to queen thenIf black king moves you just attack his pawn and win if pawn promotes then give check his king go back then check and win his queenBut if you got a rook then it is a loss because after you get a rook he gets a queen and then he give a check black can just move his king up to a 7 and no more good checks and queen vs rook ends is a win or maybe a draw but most likely a win for black Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.